Leadership and Staff
Julia Chang Bloch
Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch, the first Asian American to hold such rank in U.S.
Ye Sheng De Stefanis
Ye Sheng De Stefanis is the Program Director of US-China Education Trust. She oversees all program implementations and contributes to developing new initiatives.
David Yao is USCET’s special advisor in charge of staff matters as well as general operations.
Ambassador Nicholas Platt is the Chairman of the USCET Advisory Council.
Martin dePorres Cargas
Martin dePorres "Marty" Cargas is a Senior Advisor at McLarty Associates, an international strategic and government relations advisory firm.
Marlene Johnson is executive director and chief executive officer of NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the world's largest nonprofit association dedicated to international educat
Robert A. Kapp
Robert A. Kapp is president of Robert A. Kapp & Associates, Inc., Port Townsend, Washington, USA.
David Michael Lampton
David Michael Lampton, one of America's foremost China experts, is director of China Studies and Dean of Faculty at the Paul H.
Henry Levine is a highly regarded US expert on China who brings to USCET thirty years of experience in promoting US-China relations in the government and private se
James McGregor is the CEO of James McGregor Inc., a China-focused advisory firm based in Beijing.
Peter McPherson is president of the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (A۰P۰L۰U), the nation's oldest higher education associat
Torkel Patterson, President of Raytheon International Inc., previously worked as a Special Assistant to the President and Senior Director of Asian Affairs to the National Security
Ambassador Tom Pickering has been, since December 2006, Vice Chairman of Hills & Company, International Consultants.
Chang An Tien
Chang An Tien is a Senior Advisor to Federal Express Pacific Inc. Beijing office.
Ko-Yung Tung practices law in New York City where he is senior counselor at Morrison & Foerster LLP. His practice focuses on international law and cross-border transactions. Mr.
Susan Weld is an Adjunct Professor of Law and the Executive Director of the Law Asia Leadership at Georgetown University. She received her A.B., J.D., and
Doug Bereuter became president of The Asia Foundation on September 1, 2004, immediately upon his resignation from U.S. Congress after 26 years of service.
Ta Chun Hsu
Ta Chun "TC" Hsu joined the staff of The STARR Foundation in 1964 and was president for 30 years, until retiring in 1999.
Kathryn Mohrman, Director of the Institute of University Design and Professor at the School of Public Affairs at Arizona State University, was formerly executive director of the Washington Program